Spring has definitely sprung! This is an exciting time of change; clocks, clothes and clear outs. We love this time of the year in at Wallis as we get to open boxes of gorgeous stock and plan our summer wardrobes. It is certainly nice knowing that sun and settled weather shouldn't be too far away. But for now we may just have to deal with some changeable weather and wear the right layers, as who knows what we are in for day to day?

We have had some exciting changes in store with the addition of iconic New Zealand label Zambesi and an Australian label Zoe Kratzmann. We still have our favourite labels such as Ketz-ke, Nyne, Company of Strangers, Zafina, Kowtow and Random and they have all put together amazing summer ranges. It is sure to be a fun-filled season as there is great colour and prints around as well as some beautiful muted tones. Don't forget to check our season update page for all the key looks for summer. Happy shopping :)

Anna Mountford

Bestie Pant | $415

A great new pant from Nom*d. These beautifully cut pants are made of a lite wool viscose, which are perfect as the temperatures start to cool.

They are a relaxed look with pockets at the sides and elastic through the waist. They have belt loops to add your own belt. They also feature a fine pin tuck through the centre of the leg, both front and back. They look great as they are or can be rolled up a hem length for a more relaxed look. Team with brogues or ankle boots to complete the look.

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Margi Robertson | Nom*d

Since its inception in 1986, NOM*D has been among a small number of directional fashion labels which have been responsible for defining the style that is now referred to as 'The New Zealand Look'. As one of the ground-breaking New Zealand Four who showed at London Fashion Week in 1999, NOM*D firmly established the dark, intellectual qualities that are now synonymous with New Zealand design.

In part, the label owes its noir-ish aesthetic to Dunedin, a city situated in the remote, rugged surroundings of New Zealand's South Island where NOM*D's designer Margarita and her husband Chris Robertson are still based today. A university town, with an international reputation for its alternative music scene, and a preternaturally gothic atmosphere, the culture of Dunedin permeates the mood of Robertson's clothes.
Margarita was born of Greek/Ukrainian refugee background. A pre-occupation with fashion has been with Margi since childhood. As a young girl she was a devout op-shopper. That passion for vintage continues in her designs now with reworked vintage pieces frequently included in the range, alongside deconstructed, androgynous suiting and clever knitwear that defies traditional concepts of structure and texture.

10 September 2019

Zambesi at Wallis

We are extremely excited to welcome this iconic label to Wallis.
Zambesi has been going strong for 40 years and continues to help mould New Zealand's fashion identity. Head in store to see their latest offerings.

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13 February 2019

Papamoa Plaza Pop-Up

Wallis has extended their stay in the Bay!
We are currently in the Papamoa Plaza, opposite Stirling Sports. Initially we were here for just a month but due to popular demand we have now signed on for longer. We also have all the new season ranges from our favourite labels and a selection of samples, end of lines and slight seconds. If you haven't been to the Plaza recently it is well worth a visit.

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13 February 2019

NOM*d is in the house

First drop of this iconic label is here!
This label has such a strong following that pieces don't hang around long. The beauty of the label is they don't over-produce their garments so you know you are getting something exclusive and timeless.

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24 January 2019

Leo+Be spring has arrived

A great new range from the sister label of Ketz-ke is now in at Wallis

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